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    the impact of austerity

    "If the health it has ceased to be, this means That the company has ceased to be. "This is the judgment of Professor Sir Michael Marmot , one of the country's leading experts on health inequalities, such as he published a worrying report today. over The Past decade, for the First Time in 100 years. For women in England to the poorest municipalities, it is rejected in fact. Similar trends are seen to be elsewhere in the UK.

    Prof Marmot, of The Institute of Health Equity published a report That began 10 Years ago as a decade of austerity, warning of growing inequality. The image has deteriorated in this period, and the amount of time people spend increased in poor health.

    The Report is clearly the fault of the "social and economic conditions" for the trends. It says, must take the government's measures, urgently, to eliminate the obstacles - such as poverty and precarious Work - which will make it harder for people to make healthy choices.

    labour called The Report a "damning verdict on 10 Years of austerity under the Conservatives". Health Secretary to Matt Hancock accepted That there is "still much to do" -

    'A Great Day '

    Disgraced Film Producer Harvey Weinstein once enjoyed phenomenal success in Hollywood with the Oscar-winners such as Pulp Fiction and Good Will Hunting, but in New York of rape and sexual Assault .

    and were in the middle of #MeToo movement prompted the women to go in public with false accusations against powerful men. In all at least 80 women had accused him of, including actress Rose Mcgowan , who told the BBC That it was "a Great Day ". Others said That the decision of the hope of the victims That their voices are heard.

    Weinstein, 67, was reportedly in a hospital with pain in the chest on His Way to prison He was free from The Most serious count of predatory sexual Assault and his lawyers say he will appeal. the attack on Two Women in the year 2013.

    Flooding message

    Severe flooding has hit parts of England and Wales for weeks, and in Shrewsbury, the rivers were able to reach a record level, on Tuesday, presented a danger to the life. Against this background, warning of new houses should only be allowed in areas At Risk of flooding if they are designed to be elastic. Could also be the Ground Floor for garages. For example, in the flood-affected York, and Eisleben, were built on land That was known to be a High Risk .

    it is striking That Sir James Bevan , the question of whether it might be better for municipalities to be transferred overall, where the risks of flooding are too great. The BBC's science editor David Shukman says it's already a drumbeat and something That most politicians would prefer to run a mile.

    The football games with "No Quarter given'

    By Sue Paz & Duncan Leatherdale BBC News

    the Shrove Tuesday is all about pancakes. For centuries, it is also A Day for rumbustious "football" games with loose rules and unlimited number of subscribers and in some cases open violence. Sedgefield is a small town in the middle of the rolling fields of County Durham . Its picturesque green framed by a beautiful Church, tearooms and shops. But for one afternoon every year, the sleepy town to the battle field. Dozens of steel-toe-boot the bruisers bash-thrash, a small ball through The Streets and streams of hours before a person is declared The Winner . "Yes, it sounds a little bit," laughed the reigning world champion Michael Adcock . "I try to explain it to people, but you don't understand. "

    What the papers say

    For The Guardian , he is the "fallen titan of Hollywood". I say #MeToo activists welcomed a "new era of justice", while the U speaks of the disgraced producer is "Locked Up At Last ". However, the Daily Mirror warns That it can serve as little as five years in prison. Elsewhere, the Newspapers are discussing the opening salvos of This Week to be fired in the post-Brexit trade talks. The Daily Express praised Boris Johnson for demanding a "Clean Break " and the rejection of any thing That compromises the UK's political or economic independence. But The Sun does not think to get Brussels "still" - The Paper says Downing Street has made clear That a "Red Line " is the United Kingdom with full control of its laws, and if That means no deal, "so be it".

    Daily digest

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    12:00 The Independent investigation of the sexual abuse published its report into allegations of Westminster

    Today, to agree the output location for the trade talks with the United Kingdom

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    in 1982 corporal punishment in Britain's schools is governed, a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights


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